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Saturday, March 9, 2013

DIY Linen Spray

I came across this post on Design Sponge and knew I wanted to make the DIY linen spray because buying Febreeze can add up, plus I don't really like the scent. This tutorial is for a lavender scent but I used a lemony-orange essential oil I had that my Dad's girlfriend gave me (she makes soaps and hooked me up!). It was super easy to make and I had most the stuff laying around the house, I just had to buy witch hazel (under $2 at Target) and distilled water and these will last for many, many more batches.

All you need:

  • 8–10 drops lavender (or whatever scent you like) essential oil
  • 2 tsp witch hazel
  • 1 cup distilled water 
  • small spray bottle





Not much needed to make it!


Getting the essential oils with a dropper, I used 8 drops.

Re-used this plastic container for mixing everything together

Done! Here's where to find templates for the label I used

I just used it around the house and it smells fantastic! Not too strong but just enough to refresh the fabrics and linens.



1 comment:

Vanessa Uttaro said...

Oh yeah, I make my own too but with fabric softener, and it lasts for EVER! Good call on the lavender.